Active Alerts:
Overnight Warming Centre
Updated Feb 25, 2024 at 11:00 am
Active Alerts:
Overnight Emergency Warming Centre - Active

Overnight Warming Centre – Cowichan Community Centre

Due to the temperature and weather conditions expected, an overnight warming centre at the Cowichan Community Centre in the Heritage Hall will be available to those unable to find shelter overnight. Operating hours are from 9 p.m. until 9 a.m. This will be available until cancelled and this alert is no longer present on the website.

 

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Current Burning Permissions
Open burning—or burning outdoors—is allowed when the wildfire risk is low and can be a useful tool when conducted responsibly. Open burning includes Category 1 campfire, Category 2 and Category 3 open fire.
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Regional Water Use Restrictions
During drought conditions, your water system operator may introduce water use restrictions to conserve limited water supplies. There are four stages of water restrictions which are coordinated across the Cowichan Valley. Local conditions may sometimes require a higher stage of water restrictions on certain systems.
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